Greater Victoria School District poised to declare climate emergency

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The Greater Victoria School District has moved a step closer to declaring a climate emergency, a move that will require staff to develop an action plan to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. A committee of trustees has approved a motion by board chairwoman Jordan Watters that directs the superintendent to come up with targets and strategies in support of a call by the United Nation’s Intergovernmenta

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